Currently there is a high dependence on the use of electricity in many regions, causing stagnation with the occurrence of the so-called “lack of light”. What is the direct relationship between raining and power distribution being interrupted for a few hours? It may seem intuitive, but could you explain it exactly? Let’s look at some of the main reasons why this occurs. For the lower Energy Rates this is important now.
There are several reasons for power outages to occur and some of them are caused by problems even before it starts to rain. Kite lines, sneaker-tied sneakers and even toys are usually seen tangled up in electrical wiring, but the real problem only comes when the rain begins. When these objects get wet, they can become power conductors, causing a short between wiring and thus disrupting the power supply.
Another factor that is similar but easier for power companies to identify is tree branches that grow and touch the wiring, which can cause wire breakage or short circuiting during heavy rain or wind. In addition to tree branches, high winds can also cause objects such as billboards and wiring poles to fall. It is also very common for road accidents to occur in the rain, where collisions between vehicles hit the wiring poles, damaging an entire network and disrupting road users.
But what about the rays? Do they cause any interference with this distribution?
Electric charges can reach the mains, and to prevent further damage, the system automatically shuts down, preventing this electrical discharge from following the entire supply line and burning appliances and appliances in our homes. Depending on the complexity of the defect caused, repairs can take two to four hours.
Why do we need to unplug appliances when the power goes out?
The lack of power does not damage electronic devices, the problem occurs during the return of it. When she returns, it is common for her to arrive with a higher than normal voltage, even for a short time. Unfortunately, this is enough time to damage your appliances.
It can also occur that lightning strikes the wiring and runs the length of the mains, damaging all appliances plugged into the outlet and even destroying the electrical part of the home. So, as there is no The Flash to remove all our appliances from the socket in time to have no damage, it is necessary to have a grounding of electrical wiring, which is mandatory in all Brazilian homes.
For greater protection of your devices against these two possibilities, there are devices called DPS that cut the circuit automatically when they detect surges in the network, and can save your appliances.
The most common – and dangerous – feature of an inefficient power grid is overheating. In addition to being the cause of the huge waste caused by a poorly sized installation, overheating of components can cause fires and explosions, risking the lives of users on site.
Perhaps the most obvious reason, spending less on energy is the first thing to think about when it comes to this. For example, a poorly sized electrical installation can generate up to 40% energy waste. This and other faces of an inefficient network accumulate and reflect on the electricity bill, turning waste of energy into waste of money.